Ludwig von Mises: "In relation to the immense sacrifices that the state demands of the individual through the blood tax, it seems rather incidental whether it compensates the soldier more or less abundantly for the loss of time that he suffers from his military-service obligation." - Nation, State, and Economy
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|Ludwig von Mises||Under an unhampered market economy the appraisal of each individuals effort is detached from any personal considerations and can therefore be free both from bias and dislike. The market passes judgment on the products, not on the producers.||Bureaucracy|| p. 38||Prejudice